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EMAIL SPOOFED PHISHING ATTACK

Forging emails using what looks to be a legitimate email address from a trusted source is becoming more and more common. It's called email spoofing and it can make spotting a scam more difficult.

We are aware of a new phishing scam that is impersonating helpdesks@nemontel.net asking for your username and password (see actual email below). Please do not reply with your username and password information. The attacker hopes to deceive you into thinking this email originated from Nemont. (Read More)


VoLTE will be a necessity

When available on your carrier’s network, VoLTE results in improved call quality and reliability. Soon, however, it will be a necessity and not an option, as the national carriers get rid of their non-LTE networks.

VoLTE stands for Voice over LTE. You probably have heard of the term LTE when it comes to 4G. Voice over LTE, or VoLTE for short, allows you to make calls using an LTE network that's available in your area; this results in improved call quality with reduced background noise. (Read More)


5 REASONS PEOPLE ARE CUTTING THE CORD MORE THAN EVER

How we watch TV is vastly different from the days of old. Today, TV watchers consume their favorite shows by binge-watching their favorite series and only buying the shows they want to watch; this makes sense. Why pay for hundreds of channels when you only watch three?

With the rise of faster Internet speeds, more and more people are finding a new sense of independence by dropping their satellite/cable providers. It is the biggest trend sweeping the country and for a good reason. The cost of cable has steadily risen over the years, pushing more and more people to 'cut the cord.' (Read More)


4 Things You Need To Know About YouTube TV

It is no secret that you can save money by cutting the cord, a.k.a. getting rid of your cable or satellite TV. One of the biggest reasons most people don't do it sooner is because they don't want to give up their local news channels. You don't have to. Not with switching to YouTube TV! (Read More)

WHAT IS SYMMETRICAL INTERNET?

Symmetrical Internet refers to your download and uploads Internet speed, which can vary depending on your Internet plan. But first, let's take a look at what symmetry means. 

According to Google and Oxford Languages, Symmetrical is ‘made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or around an axis.’ 

Some great examples of symmetrical objects around us in everyday life are a pair of glasses, a butterfly, your reflection in a mirror, identical twins. (Read More)


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